A Getaway to an Out-of-This-World Hotel

Cover Photo Courtesy of Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge

An escape to a wonderful place is always very well-deserved trip. And it’s made even more amazing with the wonderful service of hotels, and the fact that somebody is taking care of you. Sometimes, it’s all about exploring captivating new places and enjoying the breathtaking sceneries of what’s surrounding you that takes you away from your busy stressful life. With this in mind, we’ve decided to tell you about 5 hotels that are perfect for just that!

Article Written by Mirella Haddad

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is a great option for those who love wild life. Situated in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa, this haven allows you to unwind with its hydrotherapy baths and Jacuzzi and have fun thanks to the game drives in the open safari vehicles.
If you are seeking a romantic getaway with your better half, no place like Torre Prendiparte in Italian Bologna can help you celebrate your love and feel anew again in the most extraordinary of ways. Although it’s a B&B, this fortress is historical and will definitely amaze you.
100 miles north of New York City is where you’ll find Saugerties Lighthouse. This historic landmark that dates back to 1869 gives you the opportunity to explore the Hudson valley and its beautiful scenery. What’s even more amazing in this place is its authenticity, which is highlighted by the fact that its décor takes you back to the early 20th century.
Cool and out-of-this-world is the best way to describe Free Spirit Spheres. Located in British Columbia, Canada, you’ll get to discover the stunning woodlands through your own sphere made accessible through spiral rope staircases or slender steel bridges. Talk about being adventurous!
For book lovers, here’s a place where you can indulge in reading as many books as you’d like during a getaway of relaxation and unwinding. See that ordinary yellow door? Well, what you’re about to discover behind it is quite extraordinary! In fact, it’s the Library Hotel, which invites on a beautiful journey through its corners and its more than 6000 volumes.
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